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Active Classroom

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Learn about your new teaching assistant. 

Active Classroom turns your device into a powerful teaching assistant, helping teachers to guide their students through a comprehensive diagnostic and instructional reading comprehension program, see their progress and keep them on track. With Active Classroom, you can easily monitor your students’ progress on every student device at the same time, or generate summary reports that show individual strengths and weaknesses in the twelve reading strategies – all with a single click. Active Classroom helps teachers focus on teaching so that students can focus on learning.

Active Classroom includes the Active Screen feature, which enables teachers to monitor what is on their students’ device screens at any time.

Active Classroom with Active Screen turned OFF

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In this example, the teacher is on the Active Classroom page with the Active Screen feature turned OFF. The teacher can easily see their students' progress on CARS & STARS Online by reading and analysing the information provided by Active Classroom.

The numbered arrows represent the common workflow in the Active Classroom

no-1.png Select your classroom from the drop-down list and then click Submit. Only the active students will be displayed, together with their profile pictures, first names and reading levels.

no-2.png Active Screen is currently turned OFF. Click this button to turn the Active Screen feature ON.

no-3.png Your student list can be sorted by First Name or by Reading Level. Click the First Name button to sort your students by first name in ascending order from A to Z. Click the Reading Level button to sort your students by reading level order (A to H, Placement and Pre-Reading).

no-4.png The reading level badge indicates the current reading level the student is working on.

no-5.png This indicates the student's current reading level.

You can monitor each student's progress by clicking their profile picture (the example shows us that Adam Abrigo is selected). The numbered arrows ( no-6.png to no-16.png ) refer to Adam’s individual progress.

no-6.png Click this icon to copy the student's access code. You can then paste their access code into other parts of online learning program, or outside of the program (i.e. into your electronic documents or notepads).

no-7.png The Actions button allows you to Manage Reading Level, View Profile and Edit Profile for individual students.

no-8.png Click the Reset Assessment link to reset CARS assessments for this student.

no-9.png Click the Reset Lesson link to reset STARS lessons for this student.

no-10.png Click this tab to view the student's CARS Progress. The information presented in this tab relates to CARS Assessments progress and results.

no-11.png Click this tab to view the student's STARS Progress. The information presented in this tab relates to STARS Lessons progress and results. 

no-12.png The progress bar indicates the student's progress, and can be found in both the CARS and STARS tabs. A yellow progress bar indicates the In Progress status, a green progress bar indicates the Completed status and a white progress bar indicates the Not Started status. 

no-13.png The student's individual strengths and weaknesses in the twelve reading strategies are displayed here. The reading strategies and their percentage are sorted in ascending order, from lowest to highest score.

no-14.png Click this button to View Pretest Summary Report. The same button can also be found in the Benchmark and Post Test sections.

no-15.png Click this bar to view the student's Benchmark progress and results.

no-16.png Click this bar to view the student's Post Test progress and results.

 Active Classroom with Active Screen turned ON

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no-1.png Active Screen is currently turned ON. Click this button to turn the Active Screen feature OFF.

no-2.png These images indicate what is on each student's device screen at that time, allowing you to observe their activities – whether they are accessing the online learning program with compliant or non-compliant devices or they are offline. The example shows us that four students (Adam, Benny, Dean and Emily) are accessing the online learning program using compliant devices. But one student (Joanne) is accessing the online learning program using a non-compliant device, and another student (Melissa) is currently offline and not accessing the online learning program.

no-3.png This status indicates the student's current learning activities. The examples shows us that Adam (who is currently on reading level B) is accessing Pretest 4 of CARS B.

no-4.png Joanne (who is currently on reading level F) is accessing the online learning program using a non-compliant device.

no-5.png Melissa (who is currently on reading level A) is offline, and so is not accessing the online learning program.

no-6.png This View Screen icon will appear when a student is online and accessing the online learning program. Clicking this icon to enlarge your view of the student's device screen ( no-2.png ) at any time.

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